Gunn's Map and Hand Book
Kansas & The Gold Mines
Distances To The Mines
Southern or Santa Fe Route
Starting from the mouth of Kansas River,
which is substantially the distance from
Wyandott, Quindaro or Kansas City

Southern or Santa Fe Route Distance
Shawnee 8 miles -- 8 miles
Indian Creek 5 miles -- 13 miles
Bull Creek 17 miles -- 30 miles
Black Jack 9 miles -- 39 miles
Willow Springs 14 miles -- 53 miles
One Hundred and Ten Creek 17 miles -- 70 miles
Burlingame 9 miles -- 79 miles
Wilmington 8 miles -- 87 miles
Leavenworth to Wilmington 84 miles
Chicken Creek 6 miles -- 93 miles
Elm Creek 3 miles -- 96 miles
One Hundred and Forty-two Creek 3 miles -- 99 miles
Bluff Creek 7 miles -- 106 miles
Council Grove 13 miles -- 119 miles
Diamond Spring 16 miles -- 135 miles
Lost Spring 13 miles -- 148 miles
Cottonwood Creek 17 miles -- 165 miles
Turkey Creek 25 miles -- 190 miles
Big Muddy 15 miles -- 205 miles
Little Arkansas 3 miles -- 208 miles
Big Cow Creek 15 miles -- 223 miles
Arkansas River 20 miles -- 243 miles
Allison's ranch 5 miles -- 248 miles
Pawnee Rock 16 miles -- 264 miles
Ash Creek 5 miles -- 269 miles
Pawnee Fork 7 miles -- 276 miles
Forks Santa Fe Road 4 miles -- 280 miles
Arkansas Crossing 105 miles -- 385 miles
Bent's Fort 150 miles -- 535 miles
Puebla 90 miles -- 625 miles
Head Cherry Creek 80 miles -- 705 miles
Auraria 40 miles -- 745 miles
Leavenworth to Mines via this route 740 miles

New Map
and
Hand Book
of
Kansas & The Gold Mines
Containing
Descriptions and Statistics of the Indian
Tribes, Settlements, Soil, Productions,
Climate, roads, Rail roads, Tellegraphs,
Mail Routes, Land Districts, Legislatures, &c.
With Descriptions of all the
Routes to the New Gold Mines,
Outfits for Miners, and a variety of other useful Information
By O. B. Gunn,
Wyandott City, Kansas
Pittsburgh
Printed by W.. S. Haven, Corner of Market and Second Streets
1859




Santa Fe Trail Research Site

Santa Fe Trail Research Site
"E-Mail & Home Page"
Larry & Carolyn
St. John, Ks.
© "Forever"